Orphan Kamilla moves in with her rich uncle who lives in Kristiansand, Norway in the early 1900, Norway. Her uncles wife however does not approve of Kamilla and want to send her to a ... See full summary »
Agnete G. Haaland
The cute little jungle creature Hugo is one of his kind. Wanted by a millionaires wife as a pet, he travels to Copenhagen. Here he meets the street fox Rita. Together they tries to avoid ... See full summary »
Flemming Quist Møller
A small princess in a small kingdom in Adventureland disappears on Christmas eve. She has gone out to find the Christmas Star. The Queen follows and the King curses the Christmas Star, so it disappears for years, until young Sonja arrives.
Nanny McPhee arrives to help a harried young mother who is trying to run the family farm while her husband is away at war, though she uses her magic to teach the woman's children and their two spoiled cousins five new lessons.
A sequel that deals with paying your dues, prejudice and clemency. A nice conclusion!
Sebastian is finally released from jail and is persuaded to live with Kamilla and her sister Sofie in the village which has branded him a thief. Sebastian has to earn back his reputation and start putting his life together in a community that initially do not want to deal with a thief. This sequel deals with inevitable and essential questions, such as how will Sebastian fit in a society he is unwanted by? Where do life start after serving time? Once a thief, always a thief? Can the inhabitants look past their prejudice? Do we forgive when a man seeks forgiveness?
Kamilla og Tyven II satisfies in terms of a sequel as it ties all loose ends. It even has a love story arc in it to be even more pleasant. Meanwhile the original had the edge of not having to produce a happy ending, this one has to... It is after all, a children's movie. That is why I hold part I in a bit higher regard than this one. But all in all, a great movie!
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